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3  Primeiro de tudo: imagine como a pesquisa foi conduzida.  Foco principal: O que o gráfico quer mostrar?  Choque principal: Como o gráfico choca? Que informação do gráfico choca?  Faça você um esboço se utilizando da teoria dos conjuntos #lembradisso?  Complete os conjuntos com as negativas correspondentes.  Junte dados para fazer uma leitura pareada.  Previsões para o futuro do gráfico?

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5  a) More people have been fearing an attack at an airport than in any other location listed.  b) The airports have been granted as the safest places to take shelter in an emergency.  c) Shopping malls are generally regarded as less feared places than schools and airports when in an emergency.  d) Shopping malls and airports are not safe places in emergencies.  e) Schools are generally regarded as more feared than any other place listed.

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7  a) None of the countries listed above consume as much as the USA plants combined.  b) France has 75% of its general electricity generated by nuclear plants.  c) Ukraine is the only western European country currently using nuclear energy.  d) France is the largest producer of nuclear energy in the world.  e) Ukraine is the lowest-ranked producer of nuclear energy in the world.

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9  a) People who are 60 and older do not think that people who are 65 and older should be required to take Road tests whatsoever.  b) People between the ages of 30 and 40 should not be required to respond to surveys proposing road tests to people older than 65.  c) Interestingly, the youngest people who responded the survey were the ones who supported the proposition most positively.  d) Older people are clearly a threat to traffic since they lack the physical means to drive accurately.  e) People between the ages of 45 and 59 do not believe they should be required to be older than 65 to drive.

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11  a) The graph shows that the majority of people surveyed usually get between 7 and 8 hours of sleep on average every night.  b) The graph shows that 27% of people should sleep more than 8 hours every night so that working pays off.  c) The graph shows that 14% of people who sleep less than 6 hours a night are usually less active for working on weeknights.  d) It shows that 33% of the people would like to be part of the 27% who can afford to sleep more hours every night.  e) It shows that 14% of the people who sleep are usually 25% more sleepy than the rest of the people surveyed.

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13  a) The graph shows that the HIV virus does seem to be getting under control and, by now, people have been able to live with it.  b) The graph clearly states that the vast majority of people who are infected with HIV seem to be from Sub- Saharan Africa  c) The graph shows that the percentage of contamination of HIV tends to be ripe in areas where prevention policies are not contemplated.  d) The graph shows that that a small percentage of people living in North America have HIV.  e) The graph shows that HIV is still a major problem and should be our top concern due to its far reach and wide spread all over the world.

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15  a) The graph shows that a minority of our forests are still being cut due to the uncontrollable need for wood products.  b) The graph shows that the older a forest is, the higher the chances for it to be destroyed.  c) The graph shows that the vast majority of our forests today are in jeopardy because somehow they are getting younger and younger.  d) The graph shows that the vast majority of our forests all over the world are aged between 1 and 120 years old.  e) The graph shows that younger forests tend to be saved more often that older ones.

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17  É uma tirinha conhecida?  Ela possui muitos diálogos?  A “punchline” é mais interna ou mais externa?  A “punchline” é mais literal ou metafórica?  A vida da tirinha tem uma “due date” definida? Tem uma “fad” definida?

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19 a) Because he had fallen down. b) Because people were staring. c) Because he was worshiping the food stand. d) Because they were at an amusement park. e) Because he was trying something new.

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21 a) Sad b) Glad c) Angry d) Disappointed e) Mouse

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23 a) Because it was such a hot day and they were hungry. b) Because they were performing an idiom literally, but it was not such a good idea. c) Because they were frying an egg outside. d) Because they wanted to enjoy the hot sunny day in a very special way. e) Because they wanted to teach us a very important lesson.

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27  Você conhece a música?  Você consegue distinguir o “eu” lírico do intérprete?  Procure itens na letra que estejam dizendo a mesma coisa.

28 Step one, you say, "We need to talk" He walks, you say, "Sit down, it's just a talk" He smiles politely back at you You stare politely right on through Some sort of window to your right As he goes left and you stay right Between the lines of fear and blame You begin to wonder why you came Where did I go wrong? I lost a friend somewhere along in the bitterness And I would have stayed up with you all night Had I known how to save a life

29 a) He needed to talk to his friend. b) He tried to talk but he could only see the window. c) He didn’t know how to save a life. d) He lost someone he dearly loved, probably a friend. e) He was a very polite man.

30 You're nobody till somebody loves you You're nobody till somebody cares You may be king You may posses the world and its gold But gold wont bring you happiness when you're growing old The world still is the same You'll never change it As sure as the sun shine above You're nobody till somebody loves you So find yourself somebody to love

31 a) Que o Sol brilha acima de todos nós. b) Que você será rei e possuirá o mundo e ouro. c) Que você não é ninguém até que encontre o amor. d) Que ninguém liga para você sem que você tenha dinheiro. e) Que ser jovem é muito melhor que não o ser.

32 Saying home alone on a Friday Flat on the floor looking back On old love, or lack thereof After all the crushes are faded And all my wishful thinking was wrong I'm jaded. I hate it I'm tired of being alone So hurry up and get here So tired of being alone So hurry up and get here Get here

33 a) Amor e paixão b) Solidão, desejo de mudança. c) Cansaço, preguiça e tédio. d) Torpor, melancolia e ranço. e) Tenacidade, pele de jacaré e teto de vidro.

34 I used to rule the world Seas would rise when I gave the word Now in the morning I sleep alone Sweep the streets I used to own I used to roll the dice Feel the fear in my enemy's eyes Listen as the crowd would sing "Now the old king is dead! Long live the king!“ One minute I held the key Next the walls were closed on me And I discovered that my castles stand Upon pillars of salt and pillars of sand

35 a) Uma pessoa que possuía muito poder mas que acabou perdendo tudo. b) Um grande rei que virou plebeu. c) Um pedreiro que não sabia fazer paredes. d) Um escultor que fazia castelos de areia. e) Um nobre que ouvia o povo gritar seu nome


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